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Saucony Men's Peregrine 10 ST Trail Running Shoes (Orange/Blue)

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Fit2Run has Saucony Men's Peregrine 10 ST Trail Running Shoes (Orange/Blue) on sale for $49.95. Shipping is free.

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    • Ideal for those who run in muddy and wet trail conditions. The ST designates this shoe is designed for soft terrain trail running.
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Fit2Run [fit2run.com] has the Saucony Peregrine 10 ST Trail Running shoe for $49.95. The ST version has deeper lugs for especially soft terrain like mud and snow.

List price is $120, but they've been on sale quite a few times. However, I haven't seen a price this low. Fit2Run often has 10%-15% off coupons as well if you choose to wait.

Shipping is Free with FedEX SmartPost. I received mine a few days ago and the experience was smooth.

Heads up:
  • This shoe runs a little tighter in the toe box. If you find it's tight in the toe, try removing the insoles.
  • Returns aren't free with Fit2Run, so you will need to pay return shipping for any exchange. Their customer service is also very hard to reach, but if you stay on hold on the phone long enough (can be really long), you'll eventually get someone.
  • Fit2Run is a legitimate retailer with B&M stores in Florida.
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Fit2Run's online returns are a pain. I don't recommend buying from them online unless you've tried the shoe on already. I paid $12 to mail a pair of shoes back with USPS and didn't get refunded within 3 weeks of them receiving the shoes so I contacted them via email. About 1 week later, I got a response and a refund.

With that being said, receiving the shoes was smooth and I can see why their shoes are cheaper than others. Not offering paid return shipping can save the retailer and allow them to offer shoes at a really competitive price.
Small toebox = DOA for many of us. It is hiking shoes…
I'm not seeing that price at 6pm. Did you use a discount code? Would love to pick up the Exodus 10 for $62.

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I saw these but decided to go with the Exodus 10 for $62 from 6PM. I feel like these lugs are too deep for day to day dry trails
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I saw these but decided to go with the Exodus 10 for $62 from 6PM. I feel like these lugs are too deep for day to day dry trails
I'm not seeing that price at 6pm. Did you use a discount code? Would love to pick up the Exodus 10 for $62.
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I have the non ST version of these shoes and love them for trail running. I purchases a pair of Salomon speedcross 5 (what was in stock at my store) for the real messy trails but the Speedcross has a 10mm drop and that seems to cause ankle stability issues for me. So i have been waiting and waiting for the Peregrine 10 ST to go on sale since they have a 4mm drop.

Thanks for posting I picked up a pair.
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Fit2Run's online returns are a pain. I don't recommend buying from them online unless you've tried the shoe on already. I paid $12 to mail a pair of shoes back with USPS and didn't get refunded within 3 weeks of them receiving the shoes so I contacted them via email. About 1 week later, I got a response and a refund.

With that being said, receiving the shoes was smooth and I can see why their shoes are cheaper than others. Not offering paid return shipping can save the retailer and allow them to offer shoes at a really competitive price.
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Just bought a pair of these during their 4th sale. Took them out during over the weekend in the rain and the deeper lugs offer considerable more grip than my regular Peregrine 10s. Upper, while not totally waterproof, offers a bit of rain resistance as well. I came away impressed and glad that I picked up a pair.
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Is it water repellent?
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I'm not seeing that price at 6pm. Did you use a discount code? Would love to pick up the Exodus 10 for $62.
While I know it's very YMMV, I got a pair of them for $50 at Sierra like a month ago.
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Should we go up half a size?
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Small toebox = DOA for many of us. It is hiking shoes…
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I'm not seeing that price at 6pm. Did you use a discount code? Would love to pick up the Exodus 10 for $62.
https://www.6pm.com/p/saucony-xod...23/color/3
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I tried these when they were priced at $55. As an earlier comment says, the lugs are deeper than I would choose for non-muddy trails. In the right application, this is a great shoe at a great price. The non-ST will be more flexible for general trail running though and still have fairly aggressive lugs.

As to the company's return policy, I didn't have any issues with it. Order with PayPal and they'll refund you the return shipping costs. I do think it took longer than normal to have the refund processed.
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Are these good for occasional hiking trips? I hate taking my running shoes on hikes and don't do hikes often enough to get a dedicated hiking shoes.
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Are these good for occasional hiking trips? I hate taking my running shoes on hikes and don't do hikes often enough to get a dedicated hiking shoes.
They'd be pretty good. The ST version is specifically made for mud and the lugs are very deep. If it's a hard packed trail, they might get uncomfortable. Using them on trails with softer terrain would be best.
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